Apr
6
Mon
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day)
Apr 6 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day) @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled due to COVID-19 ban

This multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. During this spring break camp, campers will be introduced to and play basketball, futsal, wiffle ball, volleyball, kickball, and dodgeball.  Boys and girls will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of this fun filled week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

 

Apr
7
Tue
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (3 Day)
Apr 7 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (3 Day) @ HUB Sports Center

This multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. During this spring break camp, campers will be introduced to and play basketball, futsal, wiffle ball, volleyball, kickball, and dodgeball.  Boys and girls will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of this fun filled week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

 

Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day)
Apr 7 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day) @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled due to COVID-19 ban

This multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. During this spring break camp, campers will be introduced to and play basketball, futsal, wiffle ball, volleyball, kickball, and dodgeball.  Boys and girls will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of this fun filled week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

 

Apr
8
Wed
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (3 Day)
Apr 8 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (3 Day) @ HUB Sports Center

This multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. During this spring break camp, campers will be introduced to and play basketball, futsal, wiffle ball, volleyball, kickball, and dodgeball.  Boys and girls will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of this fun filled week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

 

Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day)
Apr 8 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day) @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled due to COVID-19 ban

This multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. During this spring break camp, campers will be introduced to and play basketball, futsal, wiffle ball, volleyball, kickball, and dodgeball.  Boys and girls will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of this fun filled week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

 

Apr
9
Thu
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (3 Day)
Apr 9 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (3 Day) @ HUB Sports Center

This multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. During this spring break camp, campers will be introduced to and play basketball, futsal, wiffle ball, volleyball, kickball, and dodgeball.  Boys and girls will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of this fun filled week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

 

Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day)
Apr 9 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day) @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled due to COVID-19 ban

This multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. During this spring break camp, campers will be introduced to and play basketball, futsal, wiffle ball, volleyball, kickball, and dodgeball.  Boys and girls will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of this fun filled week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

 

Apr
10
Fri
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day)
Apr 10 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Camp (5 Day) @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled due to COVID-19 ban

This multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. During this spring break camp, campers will be introduced to and play basketball, futsal, wiffle ball, volleyball, kickball, and dodgeball.  Boys and girls will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of this fun filled week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

 

Apr
24
Fri
Breakthrough Basketball Attack & Counter Camp
Apr 24 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

We’re pleased to announce that we have arranged for Don Kelbick to come to Spokane, Washington to run a 3-day skill development camp, teaching players and coaches the same skills and strategies that he used with pro players like Joe Johnson, Raja Bell, Bruce Bowen, Carlos Arroyo, and dozens of other NBA and European players.

This camp uses the Attack & Counter Skill Development System to help you develop the KEY skills that you need to become a great basketball player.

You will learn the same critical and universal skills that Don teaches to NBA players. These fundamental skills are universal for all levels. They will help you no matter what defense or offense you use. That’s the great thing about fundamentals. They help you in all situations. Here’s a brief summary of the skills and topics that will be covered…

Footwork

You will learn how to improve your footwork. This is probably the most under-practiced, misunderstood, and most important skill of all. You will learn how to practice footwork in a completely new (and simpler) way. You’ll also learn how footwork carries over into games and how it makes you better.

Mentality

During the camp, players will learn Don’s Attack and Counter Strategy. As the name implies, this system encourages an aggressive mentality. Players will learn important mental aspects of the game including aggressiveness, building confidence, reducing the fear of failure, shooting mentality, work ethic, how to be mentally tough, more focused, and get an edge on the competition.

Post Moves and Finishing Inside

Learn the proper footwork, mentality, and strategies to score in the post and various situations near the basket. This applies to both guard and post players. There is a heavy emphasis on footwork and you’ll learn how to become a more dominate scorer inside.

Guard Play

You will learn how the Attack and Counter Fundamentals allow you to easily beat defenders off the dribble, create space for your shot, and score off the dribble. This allows you to create space, make good decisions, and get your shot off when you want.

Ball handling

Learn how to improve your ball-handling skills — this includes dribbling, passing, decision making, and reducing turnovers.

Fast Break Skills

Learn proper footwork in fast break situations and improve your ability to score in transition. You’ll improve footwork, mentality, and ability to score on the run.

Shooting

Learn how to improve your footwork and mentality to increase your shooting percentage. Through high rep shooting drills, Don will teach you how to be more consistent and effective with your feet, how to be more confident, how to be mentally tough, and how to become a better shooter.

Screening and Cutting – Getting Open

Learn how to move without the ball and get open so you can score more points. Don will teach you proper footwork and concepts when using screens and cutting. No matter what team you play for, learning how to read screens and move without the ball will help you get more easy scoring opportunities. This is an important skill for all players to learn. Don will teach you how to move without the ball, get open for easy shots, and score on the move.

As you can see, this clinic focuses heavily on footwork and mentality, which we believe are the two most important aspects to becoming a better player.

We promise that players and coaches will learn dozens of new tips and techniques that will make them better. Don’s methods are very simple, yet unique. You just won’t get this stuff in other places.

It’s all about helping you develop the KEY skills that you need to become a great basketball player.

Format of the Camp

You will learn these fundamental skills by participating in a “Show and Go” format…

Show – During the camp Don Kelbick (NBA development coach) will show you the key drills and the skills you need to work on. He will explain and demonstrate the key details of each specific skill to the entire group. He will teach you the skills, strategies, and concepts. He’ll show the “little things” that are important.

Go – Then you’ll break off into groups to work with designated coaches in your area. There will be other coaches helping you with break down drills. Don will also walk around working with players and coaches at this time. You will work hard at practicing the new skill and learning how to incorporate the skill into games.

This will be repeated throughout most of the camp as we introduce new skills and concepts.

We will run lots of drills and players will get lots of repetitions. You’ll get LOTS of touches with the ball and it will be fast paced.

After skills are practiced, we will also put players in competitive break down drills. This allows players to apply and refine their newly-learned skills. Most of the competitive break downs are lots of fun, but they are different (and we believe more effective) than the standard 5-on-5 games that you see at other camps.

What Will Coaches Learn?

You will learn the same things as the players. As an “observing coach” you can view the entire camp and take notes. You’ll pick up lots of new drills, fundamentals, and strategies that will give you an edge over the competition. We guarantee you will learn lots of new things from Don Kelbick.

How is This Camp Different Than Other Camps?

You’ll experience 5 key differences in this camp:

  • You get to work with an NBA development coach. How many players get to do that?!!
  • 99% of the camp is focused on skill development and competitive situations. Many of the camps these days play a lot of 5-on-5 games and do little skill development. Sure that can be fun and you need to get game experience… BUT do you really think most of your improvement happens during games? Of course not. You still need to play in game-like situations to apply your newly-learned skills, but most of the off-season should be spent on skill development.

Great players became great by practicing skills. We want you to get better so we focus on skills and put you in competitive situations. Most of the competitive break downs are lots of fun, but it’s different than the standard 5-on-5 games that you see at other camps.

  • You will learn how to practice on your own! Don is a firm believer that it’s important to teach you how to practice on your own. He believes that “knowledge is power”. He strives to teach drills that you can use at home or in the gym on your own.
  • You will learn about new and unique drills, concepts, and skills that you probably won’t see anywhere else. Don has a unique, out-of-the-box method to teaching basketball skills. Not to mention he understands a lot of critical concepts that few coaches, players, and parents understand. He will teach you something new, guaranteed.
  • You learn about footwork and mentality which is rarely taught or understood by players and coaches. You will learn a very unique and simple way to apply the same footwork to post moves, perimeter moves, dribbling moves, getting open, using screens, playing defense, and more.

Who can attend?

The camp is for male and female high school players, and mature 7th & 8th graders. No exceptions are made for younger players.

This is for SERIOUS basketball players that want to get better. You can play games anywhere, so we focus on things you can’t just pick up anywhere. We focus on developing skills that will make you better!

Coaches that want to learn and pick up new drills can also observe (coaches can find more info below).

Coach Profile – Don Kelbick

Here’s your chance to learn from the coach who’s trained over a dozen NBA players (including Joe Johnson, Bruce Bowen, Raja Bell, Tim Hardaway Sr. and Jr. ).

Coach Don Kelbick is a legend in the coaching and training community and now you can learn directly from him

Coach Kelbick has conducted over 1,0000 basketball clinics and camps for players of all ages and skill levels. He’s the inventor of the highly-respected Attack & Counter Skill Development System, and he’s brings 25 years of collegiate coaching to the table.

Many players who work with Coach Kelbick look back on their time with him as a turning point in their career. This is your opportunity experience that same rapid transformation.
Apr
25
Sat
Breakthrough Basketball Attack & Counter Camp
Apr 25 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

We’re pleased to announce that we have arranged for Don Kelbick to come to Spokane, Washington to run a 3-day skill development camp, teaching players and coaches the same skills and strategies that he used with pro players like Joe Johnson, Raja Bell, Bruce Bowen, Carlos Arroyo, and dozens of other NBA and European players.

This camp uses the Attack & Counter Skill Development System to help you develop the KEY skills that you need to become a great basketball player.

You will learn the same critical and universal skills that Don teaches to NBA players. These fundamental skills are universal for all levels. They will help you no matter what defense or offense you use. That’s the great thing about fundamentals. They help you in all situations. Here’s a brief summary of the skills and topics that will be covered…

Footwork

You will learn how to improve your footwork. This is probably the most under-practiced, misunderstood, and most important skill of all. You will learn how to practice footwork in a completely new (and simpler) way. You’ll also learn how footwork carries over into games and how it makes you better.

Mentality

During the camp, players will learn Don’s Attack and Counter Strategy. As the name implies, this system encourages an aggressive mentality. Players will learn important mental aspects of the game including aggressiveness, building confidence, reducing the fear of failure, shooting mentality, work ethic, how to be mentally tough, more focused, and get an edge on the competition.

Post Moves and Finishing Inside

Learn the proper footwork, mentality, and strategies to score in the post and various situations near the basket. This applies to both guard and post players. There is a heavy emphasis on footwork and you’ll learn how to become a more dominate scorer inside.

Guard Play

You will learn how the Attack and Counter Fundamentals allow you to easily beat defenders off the dribble, create space for your shot, and score off the dribble. This allows you to create space, make good decisions, and get your shot off when you want.

Ball handling

Learn how to improve your ball-handling skills — this includes dribbling, passing, decision making, and reducing turnovers.

Fast Break Skills

Learn proper footwork in fast break situations and improve your ability to score in transition. You’ll improve footwork, mentality, and ability to score on the run.

Shooting

Learn how to improve your footwork and mentality to increase your shooting percentage. Through high rep shooting drills, Don will teach you how to be more consistent and effective with your feet, how to be more confident, how to be mentally tough, and how to become a better shooter.

Screening and Cutting – Getting Open

Learn how to move without the ball and get open so you can score more points. Don will teach you proper footwork and concepts when using screens and cutting. No matter what team you play for, learning how to read screens and move without the ball will help you get more easy scoring opportunities. This is an important skill for all players to learn. Don will teach you how to move without the ball, get open for easy shots, and score on the move.

As you can see, this clinic focuses heavily on footwork and mentality, which we believe are the two most important aspects to becoming a better player.

We promise that players and coaches will learn dozens of new tips and techniques that will make them better. Don’s methods are very simple, yet unique. You just won’t get this stuff in other places.

It’s all about helping you develop the KEY skills that you need to become a great basketball player.

Format of the Camp

You will learn these fundamental skills by participating in a “Show and Go” format…

Show – During the camp Don Kelbick (NBA development coach) will show you the key drills and the skills you need to work on. He will explain and demonstrate the key details of each specific skill to the entire group. He will teach you the skills, strategies, and concepts. He’ll show the “little things” that are important.

Go – Then you’ll break off into groups to work with designated coaches in your area. There will be other coaches helping you with break down drills. Don will also walk around working with players and coaches at this time. You will work hard at practicing the new skill and learning how to incorporate the skill into games.

This will be repeated throughout most of the camp as we introduce new skills and concepts.

We will run lots of drills and players will get lots of repetitions. You’ll get LOTS of touches with the ball and it will be fast paced.

After skills are practiced, we will also put players in competitive break down drills. This allows players to apply and refine their newly-learned skills. Most of the competitive break downs are lots of fun, but they are different (and we believe more effective) than the standard 5-on-5 games that you see at other camps.

What Will Coaches Learn?

You will learn the same things as the players. As an “observing coach” you can view the entire camp and take notes. You’ll pick up lots of new drills, fundamentals, and strategies that will give you an edge over the competition. We guarantee you will learn lots of new things from Don Kelbick.

How is This Camp Different Than Other Camps?

You’ll experience 5 key differences in this camp:

  • You get to work with an NBA development coach. How many players get to do that?!!
  • 99% of the camp is focused on skill development and competitive situations. Many of the camps these days play a lot of 5-on-5 games and do little skill development. Sure that can be fun and you need to get game experience… BUT do you really think most of your improvement happens during games? Of course not. You still need to play in game-like situations to apply your newly-learned skills, but most of the off-season should be spent on skill development.

Great players became great by practicing skills. We want you to get better so we focus on skills and put you in competitive situations. Most of the competitive break downs are lots of fun, but it’s different than the standard 5-on-5 games that you see at other camps.

  • You will learn how to practice on your own! Don is a firm believer that it’s important to teach you how to practice on your own. He believes that “knowledge is power”. He strives to teach drills that you can use at home or in the gym on your own.
  • You will learn about new and unique drills, concepts, and skills that you probably won’t see anywhere else. Don has a unique, out-of-the-box method to teaching basketball skills. Not to mention he understands a lot of critical concepts that few coaches, players, and parents understand. He will teach you something new, guaranteed.
  • You learn about footwork and mentality which is rarely taught or understood by players and coaches. You will learn a very unique and simple way to apply the same footwork to post moves, perimeter moves, dribbling moves, getting open, using screens, playing defense, and more.

Who can attend?

The camp is for male and female high school players, and mature 7th & 8th graders. No exceptions are made for younger players.

This is for SERIOUS basketball players that want to get better. You can play games anywhere, so we focus on things you can’t just pick up anywhere. We focus on developing skills that will make you better!

Coaches that want to learn and pick up new drills can also observe (coaches can find more info below).

Coach Profile – Don Kelbick

Here’s your chance to learn from the coach who’s trained over a dozen NBA players (including Joe Johnson, Bruce Bowen, Raja Bell, Tim Hardaway Sr. and Jr. ).

Coach Don Kelbick is a legend in the coaching and training community and now you can learn directly from him

Coach Kelbick has conducted over 1,0000 basketball clinics and camps for players of all ages and skill levels. He’s the inventor of the highly-respected Attack & Counter Skill Development System, and he’s brings 25 years of collegiate coaching to the table.

Many players who work with Coach Kelbick look back on their time with him as a turning point in their career. This is your opportunity experience that same rapid transformation.
Apr
26
Sun
Breakthrough Basketball Attack & Counter Camp
Apr 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

We’re pleased to announce that we have arranged for Don Kelbick to come to Spokane, Washington to run a 3-day skill development camp, teaching players and coaches the same skills and strategies that he used with pro players like Joe Johnson, Raja Bell, Bruce Bowen, Carlos Arroyo, and dozens of other NBA and European players.

This camp uses the Attack & Counter Skill Development System to help you develop the KEY skills that you need to become a great basketball player.

You will learn the same critical and universal skills that Don teaches to NBA players. These fundamental skills are universal for all levels. They will help you no matter what defense or offense you use. That’s the great thing about fundamentals. They help you in all situations. Here’s a brief summary of the skills and topics that will be covered…

Footwork

You will learn how to improve your footwork. This is probably the most under-practiced, misunderstood, and most important skill of all. You will learn how to practice footwork in a completely new (and simpler) way. You’ll also learn how footwork carries over into games and how it makes you better.

Mentality

During the camp, players will learn Don’s Attack and Counter Strategy. As the name implies, this system encourages an aggressive mentality. Players will learn important mental aspects of the game including aggressiveness, building confidence, reducing the fear of failure, shooting mentality, work ethic, how to be mentally tough, more focused, and get an edge on the competition.

Post Moves and Finishing Inside

Learn the proper footwork, mentality, and strategies to score in the post and various situations near the basket. This applies to both guard and post players. There is a heavy emphasis on footwork and you’ll learn how to become a more dominate scorer inside.

Guard Play

You will learn how the Attack and Counter Fundamentals allow you to easily beat defenders off the dribble, create space for your shot, and score off the dribble. This allows you to create space, make good decisions, and get your shot off when you want.

Ball handling

Learn how to improve your ball-handling skills — this includes dribbling, passing, decision making, and reducing turnovers.

Fast Break Skills

Learn proper footwork in fast break situations and improve your ability to score in transition. You’ll improve footwork, mentality, and ability to score on the run.

Shooting

Learn how to improve your footwork and mentality to increase your shooting percentage. Through high rep shooting drills, Don will teach you how to be more consistent and effective with your feet, how to be more confident, how to be mentally tough, and how to become a better shooter.

Screening and Cutting – Getting Open

Learn how to move without the ball and get open so you can score more points. Don will teach you proper footwork and concepts when using screens and cutting. No matter what team you play for, learning how to read screens and move without the ball will help you get more easy scoring opportunities. This is an important skill for all players to learn. Don will teach you how to move without the ball, get open for easy shots, and score on the move.

As you can see, this clinic focuses heavily on footwork and mentality, which we believe are the two most important aspects to becoming a better player.

We promise that players and coaches will learn dozens of new tips and techniques that will make them better. Don’s methods are very simple, yet unique. You just won’t get this stuff in other places.

It’s all about helping you develop the KEY skills that you need to become a great basketball player.

Format of the Camp

You will learn these fundamental skills by participating in a “Show and Go” format…

Show – During the camp Don Kelbick (NBA development coach) will show you the key drills and the skills you need to work on. He will explain and demonstrate the key details of each specific skill to the entire group. He will teach you the skills, strategies, and concepts. He’ll show the “little things” that are important.

Go – Then you’ll break off into groups to work with designated coaches in your area. There will be other coaches helping you with break down drills. Don will also walk around working with players and coaches at this time. You will work hard at practicing the new skill and learning how to incorporate the skill into games.

This will be repeated throughout most of the camp as we introduce new skills and concepts.

We will run lots of drills and players will get lots of repetitions. You’ll get LOTS of touches with the ball and it will be fast paced.

After skills are practiced, we will also put players in competitive break down drills. This allows players to apply and refine their newly-learned skills. Most of the competitive break downs are lots of fun, but they are different (and we believe more effective) than the standard 5-on-5 games that you see at other camps.

What Will Coaches Learn?

You will learn the same things as the players. As an “observing coach” you can view the entire camp and take notes. You’ll pick up lots of new drills, fundamentals, and strategies that will give you an edge over the competition. We guarantee you will learn lots of new things from Don Kelbick.

How is This Camp Different Than Other Camps?

You’ll experience 5 key differences in this camp:

  • You get to work with an NBA development coach. How many players get to do that?!!
  • 99% of the camp is focused on skill development and competitive situations. Many of the camps these days play a lot of 5-on-5 games and do little skill development. Sure that can be fun and you need to get game experience… BUT do you really think most of your improvement happens during games? Of course not. You still need to play in game-like situations to apply your newly-learned skills, but most of the off-season should be spent on skill development.

Great players became great by practicing skills. We want you to get better so we focus on skills and put you in competitive situations. Most of the competitive break downs are lots of fun, but it’s different than the standard 5-on-5 games that you see at other camps.

  • You will learn how to practice on your own! Don is a firm believer that it’s important to teach you how to practice on your own. He believes that “knowledge is power”. He strives to teach drills that you can use at home or in the gym on your own.
  • You will learn about new and unique drills, concepts, and skills that you probably won’t see anywhere else. Don has a unique, out-of-the-box method to teaching basketball skills. Not to mention he understands a lot of critical concepts that few coaches, players, and parents understand. He will teach you something new, guaranteed.
  • You learn about footwork and mentality which is rarely taught or understood by players and coaches. You will learn a very unique and simple way to apply the same footwork to post moves, perimeter moves, dribbling moves, getting open, using screens, playing defense, and more.

Who can attend?

The camp is for male and female high school players, and mature 7th & 8th graders. No exceptions are made for younger players.

This is for SERIOUS basketball players that want to get better. You can play games anywhere, so we focus on things you can’t just pick up anywhere. We focus on developing skills that will make you better!

Coaches that want to learn and pick up new drills can also observe (coaches can find more info below).

Coach Profile – Don Kelbick

Here’s your chance to learn from the coach who’s trained over a dozen NBA players (including Joe Johnson, Bruce Bowen, Raja Bell, Tim Hardaway Sr. and Jr. ).

Coach Don Kelbick is a legend in the coaching and training community and now you can learn directly from him

Coach Kelbick has conducted over 1,0000 basketball clinics and camps for players of all ages and skill levels. He’s the inventor of the highly-respected Attack & Counter Skill Development System, and he’s brings 25 years of collegiate coaching to the table.

Many players who work with Coach Kelbick look back on their time with him as a turning point in their career. This is your opportunity experience that same rapid transformation.
May
2
Sat
Inland NW Showcase Youth Volleyball Clinic
May 2 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Inland NW Showcase Youth Volleyball Clinic @ HUB Sports Center

Join us at the Inland Northwest Showcase Youth Volleyball Clinic. Boys & Girls ages 8-14. Saturday, May 2 from 9:30-11:30am.

This clinic will be led by Kati Bodecker, head coach at Whitworth University, and staffed by the All-League players participating in the Showcase. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn from a collegiate coach and top high school players from the region.

Clinic participants will be split into age/skill appropriate groups.  The clinic will teach the skills and techniques necessary to play volleyball through fun drills, exercises and games that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. Whether you are a new player or someone seeking to improve their skills, this clinic will help you on your volleyball journey.

This clinic is for boys and girls ages 8-14.

Registration Deadline is April 28, 2020

Click Here to Register

About Coach Bodecker:

Whitworth University volleyball coach Kati (Tikker) Bodecker is in her sixth season as head coach. After a third place finish in her first season, Whitworth claimed back-to-back-to-back NWC championships from 2014-2016 and earned the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament. The Pirates finished second in the NWC in 2017. Bodecker has posted an overall record of 91-43 (.689) in her five years guding the Bucs, 64-16 (.800) in conference play.
 
Bodecker came to Whitworth after six successful seasons as the head volleyball coach of the Priest River Lamanna high school program. During her time at the helm, the Spartans posted five winning seasons and five state tournament appearances. Her teams finished second in the Intermountain League and in the district four of five years, and in 2012 the Spartans not only tied for first in the league, but they also finished as the Idaho 3A runner-up at the state tournament. She was named league Coach of the Year in 2007 and Idaho Co-Coach of the Year in 2012.

 

Refund policy: Cancellations made prior to April 28, 2020, will receive a 75% refund of the clinic entry fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made on or after April 28, 2020. This refund policy will be enforced in order to ensure the continued integrity of our clinics. Full Refunds will be given if the clinic is cancelled.

Jun
15
Mon
Skyhawks Basketball Camp
Jun 15 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Using their progression curriculum and focusing on the whole player, Skyhawks teaches your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better basketball player.

  • Using our progressional curriculum and focusing on the whole player, we teach your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Our sport specific staff will focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility as they will start each day with a ‘skill of the day’, and progress into drills and games making for an unforgettable camp experience for your young athlete. After a week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding you will see why this is one of our most popular programs.

    Ability Level:

    This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

    Food to Bring:

    Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

    Gear to Bring:
    Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp
Jun 15 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp.

Anyone who participates in a Skyhawks Volleyball camp this summer will be able to attend VolleyMania Volleyball Jamboree (SSA105523) for free.  This is an exciting one day event full of games and skills events hosted by Evergreen Region Volleyball Association.  A promo code used to register for free will be emailed out after the Skyhawks Volleyball Camp is completed.

Description
Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp. All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginner to intermediate player and will incorporate essential life-lessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Our volleyball staff will assist each athlete in developing the fundamental skills of the game through game-based drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player.

Ability Level:
This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate volleyball player.

Food to Bring:
Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, volleyball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) knee pads and sunscreen.
Jun
16
Tue
Skyhawks Basketball Camp
Jun 16 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Using their progression curriculum and focusing on the whole player, Skyhawks teaches your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better basketball player.

  • Using our progressional curriculum and focusing on the whole player, we teach your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Our sport specific staff will focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility as they will start each day with a ‘skill of the day’, and progress into drills and games making for an unforgettable camp experience for your young athlete. After a week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding you will see why this is one of our most popular programs.

    Ability Level:

    This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

    Food to Bring:

    Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

    Gear to Bring:
    Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp
Jun 16 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp.

Anyone who participates in a Skyhawks Volleyball camp this summer will be able to attend VolleyMania Volleyball Jamboree (SSA105523) for free.  This is an exciting one day event full of games and skills events hosted by Evergreen Region Volleyball Association.  A promo code used to register for free will be emailed out after the Skyhawks Volleyball Camp is completed.

Description
Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp. All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginner to intermediate player and will incorporate essential life-lessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Our volleyball staff will assist each athlete in developing the fundamental skills of the game through game-based drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player.

Ability Level:
This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate volleyball player.

Food to Bring:
Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, volleyball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) knee pads and sunscreen.
Jun
17
Wed
Skyhawks Basketball Camp
Jun 17 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Using their progression curriculum and focusing on the whole player, Skyhawks teaches your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better basketball player.

  • Using our progressional curriculum and focusing on the whole player, we teach your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Our sport specific staff will focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility as they will start each day with a ‘skill of the day’, and progress into drills and games making for an unforgettable camp experience for your young athlete. After a week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding you will see why this is one of our most popular programs.

    Ability Level:

    This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

    Food to Bring:

    Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

    Gear to Bring:
    Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp
Jun 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp.

Anyone who participates in a Skyhawks Volleyball camp this summer will be able to attend VolleyMania Volleyball Jamboree (SSA105523) for free.  This is an exciting one day event full of games and skills events hosted by Evergreen Region Volleyball Association.  A promo code used to register for free will be emailed out after the Skyhawks Volleyball Camp is completed.

Description
Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp. All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginner to intermediate player and will incorporate essential life-lessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Our volleyball staff will assist each athlete in developing the fundamental skills of the game through game-based drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player.

Ability Level:
This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate volleyball player.

Food to Bring:
Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, volleyball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) knee pads and sunscreen.
Jun
18
Thu
Skyhawks Basketball Camp
Jun 18 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Using their progression curriculum and focusing on the whole player, Skyhawks teaches your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better basketball player.

  • Using our progressional curriculum and focusing on the whole player, we teach your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Our sport specific staff will focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility as they will start each day with a ‘skill of the day’, and progress into drills and games making for an unforgettable camp experience for your young athlete. After a week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding you will see why this is one of our most popular programs.

    Ability Level:

    This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

    Food to Bring:

    Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

    Gear to Bring:
    Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp
Jun 18 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp.

Anyone who participates in a Skyhawks Volleyball camp this summer will be able to attend VolleyMania Volleyball Jamboree (SSA105523) for free.  This is an exciting one day event full of games and skills events hosted by Evergreen Region Volleyball Association.  A promo code used to register for free will be emailed out after the Skyhawks Volleyball Camp is completed.

Description
Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp. All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginner to intermediate player and will incorporate essential life-lessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Our volleyball staff will assist each athlete in developing the fundamental skills of the game through game-based drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player.

Ability Level:
This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate volleyball player.

Food to Bring:
Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, volleyball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) knee pads and sunscreen.
Jun
19
Fri
Skyhawks Basketball Camp
Jun 19 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Skyhawks Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Using their progression curriculum and focusing on the whole player, Skyhawks teaches your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better basketball player.

  • Using our progressional curriculum and focusing on the whole player, we teach your child the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Our sport specific staff will focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility as they will start each day with a ‘skill of the day’, and progress into drills and games making for an unforgettable camp experience for your young athlete. After a week of passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding you will see why this is one of our most popular programs.

    Ability Level:

    This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

    Food to Bring:

    Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

    Gear to Bring:
    Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp
Jun 19 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Volleyball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp.

Anyone who participates in a Skyhawks Volleyball camp this summer will be able to attend VolleyMania Volleyball Jamboree (SSA105523) for free.  This is an exciting one day event full of games and skills events hosted by Evergreen Region Volleyball Association.  A promo code used to register for free will be emailed out after the Skyhawks Volleyball Camp is completed.

Description
Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled camp. All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginner to intermediate player and will incorporate essential life-lessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Our volleyball staff will assist each athlete in developing the fundamental skills of the game through game-based drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player.

Ability Level:
This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate volleyball player.

Food to Bring:
Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, volleyball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) knee pads and sunscreen.
Jun
22
Mon
NBC Basketball Complete Skills Camp
Jun 22 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
NBC Basketball Complete Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

 

 

 

 

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps focus on the crucial keys for young athletes to become excellent at the game of basketball. These camps are specifically designed for the younger athlete (ages 8-12). 

This summer, NBC Basketball is excited to return to The HUB Sports Center where we will be offering three Complete Skills Junior Basketball Day Camps. The training for these camps is at an intensity level and pace best suited for younger players, making these camps perfect for players ages 8-11 who have less than three years of basketball experience. These camps specialize in leadership training, accurate fundamentals, and skill improvement while having fun. Join us this summer to become a better player and a better person! Camps are usually limited to under 25 players.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE
  • Basketball skill training improving fundamentals
  • Balance of skill work and live play to help players increase confidence
  • Outstanding staff and coaches that will help you improve
  • An atmosphere of encouragement, skill training, intensity, fun, enthusiasm, Christian values and leadership training
  • Player workbook and character development
  • View More Details ⟩

CAMP DETAILS

NBC Camps continues our summer slate of day camps at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake. This facility is perfect for basketball camp and this location provides another option for those that live in the area or may not yet be ready for the overnight experience.

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps focus on the important keys for young athletes to become excellent at the game of basketball. These camps are specifically designed for younger athletes who are newer to the game. The intensity, curriculum, and the schedule are more conducive for younger players and we highly recommend these camps as a starting point before coming to an overnight camp or specialty day camp. We break our teaching into four focus areas: individual offense, defense, shooting and team skills. Campers are separated into teaching groups based on their age and ability.

Jun
23
Tue
NBC Basketball Complete Skills Camp
Jun 23 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
NBC Basketball Complete Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

 

 

 

 

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps focus on the crucial keys for young athletes to become excellent at the game of basketball. These camps are specifically designed for the younger athlete (ages 8-12). 

This summer, NBC Basketball is excited to return to The HUB Sports Center where we will be offering three Complete Skills Junior Basketball Day Camps. The training for these camps is at an intensity level and pace best suited for younger players, making these camps perfect for players ages 8-11 who have less than three years of basketball experience. These camps specialize in leadership training, accurate fundamentals, and skill improvement while having fun. Join us this summer to become a better player and a better person! Camps are usually limited to under 25 players.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE
  • Basketball skill training improving fundamentals
  • Balance of skill work and live play to help players increase confidence
  • Outstanding staff and coaches that will help you improve
  • An atmosphere of encouragement, skill training, intensity, fun, enthusiasm, Christian values and leadership training
  • Player workbook and character development
  • View More Details ⟩

CAMP DETAILS

NBC Camps continues our summer slate of day camps at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake. This facility is perfect for basketball camp and this location provides another option for those that live in the area or may not yet be ready for the overnight experience.

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps focus on the important keys for young athletes to become excellent at the game of basketball. These camps are specifically designed for younger athletes who are newer to the game. The intensity, curriculum, and the schedule are more conducive for younger players and we highly recommend these camps as a starting point before coming to an overnight camp or specialty day camp. We break our teaching into four focus areas: individual offense, defense, shooting and team skills. Campers are separated into teaching groups based on their age and ability.

Jun
24
Wed
NBC Basketball Complete Skills Camp
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
NBC Basketball Complete Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

 

 

 

 

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps focus on the crucial keys for young athletes to become excellent at the game of basketball. These camps are specifically designed for the younger athlete (ages 8-12). 

This summer, NBC Basketball is excited to return to The HUB Sports Center where we will be offering three Complete Skills Junior Basketball Day Camps. The training for these camps is at an intensity level and pace best suited for younger players, making these camps perfect for players ages 8-11 who have less than three years of basketball experience. These camps specialize in leadership training, accurate fundamentals, and skill improvement while having fun. Join us this summer to become a better player and a better person! Camps are usually limited to under 25 players.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE
  • Basketball skill training improving fundamentals
  • Balance of skill work and live play to help players increase confidence
  • Outstanding staff and coaches that will help you improve
  • An atmosphere of encouragement, skill training, intensity, fun, enthusiasm, Christian values and leadership training
  • Player workbook and character development
  • View More Details ⟩

CAMP DETAILS

NBC Camps continues our summer slate of day camps at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake. This facility is perfect for basketball camp and this location provides another option for those that live in the area or may not yet be ready for the overnight experience.

Complete Skills Junior Day Camps focus on the important keys for young athletes to become excellent at the game of basketball. These camps are specifically designed for younger athletes who are newer to the game. The intensity, curriculum, and the schedule are more conducive for younger players and we highly recommend these camps as a starting point before coming to an overnight camp or specialty day camp. We break our teaching into four focus areas: individual offense, defense, shooting and team skills. Campers are separated into teaching groups based on their age and ability.

Jun
29
Mon
Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball Camp
Jun 29 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

Jun
30
Tue
Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball Camp
Jun 30 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

Jul
1
Wed
Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball Camp
Jul 1 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

Jul
2
Thu
Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball Camp
Jul 2 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

Ability Level:

This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate basketball player.

Food to Bring:

Lunch, snack & water bottle (for programs over four hours), two snacks & water bottle (for programs four hours or less)

Gear to Bring:
Appropriate clothing, water bottle, basketball shoes, (or comfortable athletic shoes) and sunscreen.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If your child is unable to attend the program after registering, you can apply the registration fee to a future Skyhawks Sports program in the current or following year by calling 1.800.804.3509.
Refunds will only be given if you have registered through Skyhawks Sports and purchased Refund Protection. Learn More
Location
HUB Sports Center

19619 E. Cataldo Rd.
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

Jul
13
Mon
Fundamental Focus Basketball Shooting Clinic
Jul 13 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Fundamental Focus Basketball Shooting Clinic @ HUB Sports Center

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July 13-15th, 9:00am-4:00pm.

Boys and Girls 4th-8th grade.

$150.00 per camper

 

For more information, please contact:

fundamentalfocusbasketball@gmail.com

Meet Coach Rod Mitchell

Rod played High School at Mariner H.S Everett, WA, and then continued playing College at Saint Martins College in Lacey, WA. He has coached at Kamiak H.S in Mukilteo, WA, at Mariner H.S in Everett, WA, and is currently Coaching Boys at Alderwood Middle School in Edmonds,WA and Girls at Northshore Christian Academy. Rod has worked NBA Sonics/WNBA Strom basketball camp, and has conducted basketball camps for Advantage basketball around the Pacific Northwest. He has also worked College camps at the University of Washington, Oregon State University, and the University of Montana

Meet Coach Marsell Colbert

A native of Annapolis, Maryland, Coach Colbert played high school basketball at Annapolis High and came to the Northwest in 1989 to attend North Idaho College and play for the NIC Cardinals for the 1989-90 season.

Mr. Colbert’s coaching career begin in 1991 at the Coeur d’ Alene Parks & Recreation youth basketball and the Post Falls Parksand Recreation basketball leagues.

In 2002, Coach Colbert founded the AAU team called the River City Hoyas which produced 7 collegiate players. In addition, he accepted the Junior Varsity coaching position at Post Falls Christian Academy and named the Varsity coach later that season.

Mr. Colbert is a big proponent of fundamental development through camps in which he served as an instructor at the following camps: North Idaho College, University of Montana, Portland Trailblazers youth summer basketball camp, and the Advantage basketball camps.

He is currently the Boys Head coach at Genesis Prep Academy, where they have won back to back Idaho state championships in 2017-18.

Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp
Jul 13 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Join us for the 17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp.

Badminton Summer Camp $120/camper

17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp (4 Days | Ages 8-17)

This is the 17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp. The camp is designed to introduce new players to this exciting sport, and also sharpen the skills of the intermediate player. This camp focuses on the fundamentals of competitive Badminton in a fun, but challenging way by incorporating mobility and match play drills to refine technique. Participants should expect a daily routine of fun but vigorous activities, and should be appropriately dressed.

Coached by Canadian National Team Member and 2020 Olympic hopeful, Kevin Barkman.

What to bring: racquet (if you have one. If not, loaners will be available. New ones will also be available for purchase), sack lunch and appropriate gym attire with non-marking shoes for indoor and running shoes for outdoor.

 

Refund policy: Cancellations made prior to June 26, 2020 will receive a 75% refund of the camp entry fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made after June 26, 2020. This refund policy will be enforced in order to ensure the continued integrity of our camps. Full Refunds will be given if camp is cancelled

Jul
14
Tue
Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp
Jul 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Join us for the 17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp.

Badminton Summer Camp $120/camper

17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp (4 Days | Ages 8-17)

This is the 17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp. The camp is designed to introduce new players to this exciting sport, and also sharpen the skills of the intermediate player. This camp focuses on the fundamentals of competitive Badminton in a fun, but challenging way by incorporating mobility and match play drills to refine technique. Participants should expect a daily routine of fun but vigorous activities, and should be appropriately dressed.

Coached by Canadian National Team Member and 2020 Olympic hopeful, Kevin Barkman.

What to bring: racquet (if you have one. If not, loaners will be available. New ones will also be available for purchase), sack lunch and appropriate gym attire with non-marking shoes for indoor and running shoes for outdoor.

 

Refund policy: Cancellations made prior to June 26, 2020 will receive a 75% refund of the camp entry fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made after June 26, 2020. This refund policy will be enforced in order to ensure the continued integrity of our camps. Full Refunds will be given if camp is cancelled

Jul
15
Wed
Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp
Jul 15 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Join us for the 17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp.

Badminton Summer Camp $120/camper

17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp (4 Days | Ages 8-17)

This is the 17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp. The camp is designed to introduce new players to this exciting sport, and also sharpen the skills of the intermediate player. This camp focuses on the fundamentals of competitive Badminton in a fun, but challenging way by incorporating mobility and match play drills to refine technique. Participants should expect a daily routine of fun but vigorous activities, and should be appropriately dressed.

Coached by Canadian National Team Member and 2020 Olympic hopeful, Kevin Barkman.

What to bring: racquet (if you have one. If not, loaners will be available. New ones will also be available for purchase), sack lunch and appropriate gym attire with non-marking shoes for indoor and running shoes for outdoor.

 

Refund policy: Cancellations made prior to June 26, 2020 will receive a 75% refund of the camp entry fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made after June 26, 2020. This refund policy will be enforced in order to ensure the continued integrity of our camps. Full Refunds will be given if camp is cancelled

Jul
16
Thu
Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp
Jul 16 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Join us for the 17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp.

Badminton Summer Camp $120/camper

17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp (4 Days | Ages 8-17)

This is the 17th Annual Shuttlefreaks Badminton Summer Camp. The camp is designed to introduce new players to this exciting sport, and also sharpen the skills of the intermediate player. This camp focuses on the fundamentals of competitive Badminton in a fun, but challenging way by incorporating mobility and match play drills to refine technique. Participants should expect a daily routine of fun but vigorous activities, and should be appropriately dressed.

Coached by Canadian National Team Member and 2020 Olympic hopeful, Kevin Barkman.

What to bring: racquet (if you have one. If not, loaners will be available. New ones will also be available for purchase), sack lunch and appropriate gym attire with non-marking shoes for indoor and running shoes for outdoor.

 

Refund policy: Cancellations made prior to June 26, 2020 will receive a 75% refund of the camp entry fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made after June 26, 2020. This refund policy will be enforced in order to ensure the continued integrity of our camps. Full Refunds will be given if camp is cancelled

Jul
21
Tue
Breakthrough Basketball Elite Youth Scoring Camp
Jul 21 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

We’re pleased to announce that we have arranged for David Baker to come to Spokane, Washington to run a 3-day skill development camp for youth and middle school players. This is a youth and middle school camp for players looking to develop an advanced scoring and playmaking skill set.

You improve your shooting, ball handling, passing, athleticism footwork, decision-making, and 1 on 1 moves to take your game to the next level.

What will players get out of the camp?

You will improve your shooting, ball handling, passing, athleticism footwork, decision-making, and 1 on 1 moves to take your game to the next level.

You will learn:

  • Game like shooting drills to drive up your shooting percentage.
  • How to create more uncontested shots with dribble moves that create at least 2-3 feet of separation from your defender.
  • Advanced hand-eye coordination and ball handling drills that will accelerate your feel for the basketball. These drills will make dribbling during game situations feel easy.
  • How to develop an explosive first step. This is probably one of the most important aspects of being a playmaker, but it is rarely broken down and taught properly. Learn about the proper shin angle, head position, shoulder position, and hip position.
  • Advanced finishing moves will be taught, such as finishing with the inside hand, wrong/goofy foot, taking away defenders angle by using the rim and making a defender go through you to get a traditional 3 point play.
  • Critical components of basketball IQ required to become a great offensive player from an individual and team aspect.
  • How the top pros create advantages which allow them to make plays for themselves and their teammates.

Here are some of the topics covered throughout the camp:

Ball handling

  • Stationary ball handling routine that improve rhythm, feel, and coordination with the basketball.
  • Live ball moves to help you blow by the defense at will. You will learn how to shift (or setup) the defender with your body and feet.
  • Critical progressions to ensure that your dribble moves are effective and explosive.
  • How to stay in attack mode, dictate the tempo, and control the defense.

Shooting

  • How to position your feet and align your body to increase the chance of shooting the ball straight.
  • A form shooting routine that almost every great shooter has utilized that can be done at home.
  • Proper footwork and how to develop a quick release.
  • How to shoot game shots from game spots at game speeds.

Finishing

  • Finishing techniques used to reduce turnovers, finish over larger players in the paint, and make more shots.
  • How to finish through contact.
  • 1 on 1 finishing drills that ingrain good habits while competing in a fun way.

Offense

  • How to cut and get open. You will learn v-cuts, basket cuts, l-cuts, backdoor cuts, and more.
  • Attacking down screens, back screens, and more.
  • How to score and make plays using ball screens. Learn how to run defenders into screens and make lightning quick decisions.
  • How to use dribble hand off actions to attack the defense and put them in a constant disadvantage.

Footwork

  • How to use your feet to gain a better position to score from almost anywhere on the floor.
  • Utilize front pivots, reverse pivots, step throughs, sweeps, drop steps, and hops to make you an elite player.

Passing

  • Improve hand eye-coordination and passing skills that make players like Chris Paul one of the best playmakers in the game.
  • Competitive passing drills to develop game-like passing with head and pass fakes.
  • How to be strong and pass out of double teams and traps.

Competitive Play and Controlled Scrimmages

Players will also get to take the skills they practiced and apply them in a game setting. This is a way fun to improve through competition.

The games are set up, so the players have to give maximum effort and execute proper fundamentals. Point systems are set up, so players develop great habits that will help them succeed at the next level.

Who Can Participate?

This camp is for both boys & girls 4th-9th grades, ages/skill levels will be separated.

Coach Profile – David Baker

Coach Baker played his high school ball in Coeur d但lene, ID, earning all-state honors his senior as his team finished 3rd in the state tournament.

After high school he played 2 years for NAIA Concordia University in Portland, OR before moving to Montana to pursue his education degree.
His enthusiasm for teaching and coaching shines through in the way he interacts with his players. Trained in education, he places high value on giving players confidence and guidance that will serve them both on and off the floor.
Coach Baker has coached high school basketball for 5 years at the freshman, JV and assistant varsity levels, and he currently coaches for West Valley School in Kalispell, MT.

Camp Details

WHEN:

Tuesday July 21, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday July 22, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Thursday July 23, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Jul
22
Wed
Breakthrough Basketball Elite Youth Scoring Camp
Jul 22 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

We’re pleased to announce that we have arranged for David Baker to come to Spokane, Washington to run a 3-day skill development camp for youth and middle school players. This is a youth and middle school camp for players looking to develop an advanced scoring and playmaking skill set.

You improve your shooting, ball handling, passing, athleticism footwork, decision-making, and 1 on 1 moves to take your game to the next level.

What will players get out of the camp?

You will improve your shooting, ball handling, passing, athleticism footwork, decision-making, and 1 on 1 moves to take your game to the next level.

You will learn:

  • Game like shooting drills to drive up your shooting percentage.
  • How to create more uncontested shots with dribble moves that create at least 2-3 feet of separation from your defender.
  • Advanced hand-eye coordination and ball handling drills that will accelerate your feel for the basketball. These drills will make dribbling during game situations feel easy.
  • How to develop an explosive first step. This is probably one of the most important aspects of being a playmaker, but it is rarely broken down and taught properly. Learn about the proper shin angle, head position, shoulder position, and hip position.
  • Advanced finishing moves will be taught, such as finishing with the inside hand, wrong/goofy foot, taking away defenders angle by using the rim and making a defender go through you to get a traditional 3 point play.
  • Critical components of basketball IQ required to become a great offensive player from an individual and team aspect.
  • How the top pros create advantages which allow them to make plays for themselves and their teammates.

Here are some of the topics covered throughout the camp:

Ball handling

  • Stationary ball handling routine that improve rhythm, feel, and coordination with the basketball.
  • Live ball moves to help you blow by the defense at will. You will learn how to shift (or setup) the defender with your body and feet.
  • Critical progressions to ensure that your dribble moves are effective and explosive.
  • How to stay in attack mode, dictate the tempo, and control the defense.

Shooting

  • How to position your feet and align your body to increase the chance of shooting the ball straight.
  • A form shooting routine that almost every great shooter has utilized that can be done at home.
  • Proper footwork and how to develop a quick release.
  • How to shoot game shots from game spots at game speeds.

Finishing

  • Finishing techniques used to reduce turnovers, finish over larger players in the paint, and make more shots.
  • How to finish through contact.
  • 1 on 1 finishing drills that ingrain good habits while competing in a fun way.

Offense

  • How to cut and get open. You will learn v-cuts, basket cuts, l-cuts, backdoor cuts, and more.
  • Attacking down screens, back screens, and more.
  • How to score and make plays using ball screens. Learn how to run defenders into screens and make lightning quick decisions.
  • How to use dribble hand off actions to attack the defense and put them in a constant disadvantage.

Footwork

  • How to use your feet to gain a better position to score from almost anywhere on the floor.
  • Utilize front pivots, reverse pivots, step throughs, sweeps, drop steps, and hops to make you an elite player.

Passing

  • Improve hand eye-coordination and passing skills that make players like Chris Paul one of the best playmakers in the game.
  • Competitive passing drills to develop game-like passing with head and pass fakes.
  • How to be strong and pass out of double teams and traps.

Competitive Play and Controlled Scrimmages

Players will also get to take the skills they practiced and apply them in a game setting. This is a way fun to improve through competition.

The games are set up, so the players have to give maximum effort and execute proper fundamentals. Point systems are set up, so players develop great habits that will help them succeed at the next level.

Who Can Participate?

This camp is for both boys & girls 4th-9th grades, ages/skill levels will be separated.

Coach Profile – David Baker

Coach Baker played his high school ball in Coeur d但lene, ID, earning all-state honors his senior as his team finished 3rd in the state tournament.

After high school he played 2 years for NAIA Concordia University in Portland, OR before moving to Montana to pursue his education degree.
His enthusiasm for teaching and coaching shines through in the way he interacts with his players. Trained in education, he places high value on giving players confidence and guidance that will serve them both on and off the floor.
Coach Baker has coached high school basketball for 5 years at the freshman, JV and assistant varsity levels, and he currently coaches for West Valley School in Kalispell, MT.

Camp Details

WHEN:

Tuesday July 21, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday July 22, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Thursday July 23, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Jul
23
Thu
Breakthrough Basketball Elite Youth Scoring Camp
Jul 23 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

We’re pleased to announce that we have arranged for David Baker to come to Spokane, Washington to run a 3-day skill development camp for youth and middle school players. This is a youth and middle school camp for players looking to develop an advanced scoring and playmaking skill set.

You improve your shooting, ball handling, passing, athleticism footwork, decision-making, and 1 on 1 moves to take your game to the next level.

What will players get out of the camp?

You will improve your shooting, ball handling, passing, athleticism footwork, decision-making, and 1 on 1 moves to take your game to the next level.

You will learn:

  • Game like shooting drills to drive up your shooting percentage.
  • How to create more uncontested shots with dribble moves that create at least 2-3 feet of separation from your defender.
  • Advanced hand-eye coordination and ball handling drills that will accelerate your feel for the basketball. These drills will make dribbling during game situations feel easy.
  • How to develop an explosive first step. This is probably one of the most important aspects of being a playmaker, but it is rarely broken down and taught properly. Learn about the proper shin angle, head position, shoulder position, and hip position.
  • Advanced finishing moves will be taught, such as finishing with the inside hand, wrong/goofy foot, taking away defenders angle by using the rim and making a defender go through you to get a traditional 3 point play.
  • Critical components of basketball IQ required to become a great offensive player from an individual and team aspect.
  • How the top pros create advantages which allow them to make plays for themselves and their teammates.

Here are some of the topics covered throughout the camp:

Ball handling

  • Stationary ball handling routine that improve rhythm, feel, and coordination with the basketball.
  • Live ball moves to help you blow by the defense at will. You will learn how to shift (or setup) the defender with your body and feet.
  • Critical progressions to ensure that your dribble moves are effective and explosive.
  • How to stay in attack mode, dictate the tempo, and control the defense.

Shooting

  • How to position your feet and align your body to increase the chance of shooting the ball straight.
  • A form shooting routine that almost every great shooter has utilized that can be done at home.
  • Proper footwork and how to develop a quick release.
  • How to shoot game shots from game spots at game speeds.

Finishing

  • Finishing techniques used to reduce turnovers, finish over larger players in the paint, and make more shots.
  • How to finish through contact.
  • 1 on 1 finishing drills that ingrain good habits while competing in a fun way.

Offense

  • How to cut and get open. You will learn v-cuts, basket cuts, l-cuts, backdoor cuts, and more.
  • Attacking down screens, back screens, and more.
  • How to score and make plays using ball screens. Learn how to run defenders into screens and make lightning quick decisions.
  • How to use dribble hand off actions to attack the defense and put them in a constant disadvantage.

Footwork

  • How to use your feet to gain a better position to score from almost anywhere on the floor.
  • Utilize front pivots, reverse pivots, step throughs, sweeps, drop steps, and hops to make you an elite player.

Passing

  • Improve hand eye-coordination and passing skills that make players like Chris Paul one of the best playmakers in the game.
  • Competitive passing drills to develop game-like passing with head and pass fakes.
  • How to be strong and pass out of double teams and traps.

Competitive Play and Controlled Scrimmages

Players will also get to take the skills they practiced and apply them in a game setting. This is a way fun to improve through competition.

The games are set up, so the players have to give maximum effort and execute proper fundamentals. Point systems are set up, so players develop great habits that will help them succeed at the next level.

Who Can Participate?

This camp is for both boys & girls 4th-9th grades, ages/skill levels will be separated.

Coach Profile – David Baker

Coach Baker played his high school ball in Coeur d但lene, ID, earning all-state honors his senior as his team finished 3rd in the state tournament.

After high school he played 2 years for NAIA Concordia University in Portland, OR before moving to Montana to pursue his education degree.
His enthusiasm for teaching and coaching shines through in the way he interacts with his players. Trained in education, he places high value on giving players confidence and guidance that will serve them both on and off the floor.
Coach Baker has coached high school basketball for 5 years at the freshman, JV and assistant varsity levels, and he currently coaches for West Valley School in Kalispell, MT.

Camp Details

WHEN:

Tuesday July 21, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday July 22, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Thursday July 23, 2020 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Jul
24
Fri
Breakthrough Basketball Elite Guard Camp
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

This is a 3 day basketball camp in Spokane, Washington that will teach you the essential skills, techniques, habits, IQ and drills to become an elite player (to develop an elite mindset, which is what truly separates players.).

What will players get out of the camp?

You will learn what it takes to play at the elite level. Becoming an individual that can help your team succeed and understands the importance of the little things.

You will improve your ball handling, shooting, passing, athleticism, decision-making, leadership skills, and scoring.

Our Breakthrough Staff has trained some of the best players in the world that have gone on to become Olympic Gold Medalists, NBA All-Stars, WNBA All-Stars, Elite College Players (Michigan State, Duke, Kentucky – to name a few), and Numerous Player of the Year Awards at the high school level.

And you will learn the subtle and sometimes unnoticeable things that are taught to and used by the world’s best players; players like Steph Curry, Maya Moore, Russell Westbrook, Diana Taurasi, Damian Lillard, Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving, and others.

Who is this for? Is this good for players who are NOT guards?

This is NOT for beginners. This is for intermediate to advanced players looking to be placed in a high-intensity environment with competitive drills. The camp is for players who already possess some good dribble moves and are looking to take their game to the next level.

This is certainly not limited to guards. Every coach would love to have 5 players on the floor with the skills, decision-making, and leadership of elite guards.

So if you are a wing player or a post player who is serious about elevating your game to the next level, this camp would be great for you as well.

Here are a few things that you will learn at the camp:

Develop an explosive first step

This is probably one of the most important aspects of being an elite guard, but it is rarely broken down and taught properly. Learn about the proper shin angle, head position, shoulder position, and hip position.

Develop superior hand-eye coordination and feel for the ball

In this camp, you will be challenged with advanced hand-eye coordination and dribbling drills that will challenge you and accelerate your feel for the basketball. These drills will make dribbling during game situations feel easy.

How to handle game situations like Chris Paul & Steph Curry

Chris Paul and Steph Curry are two of the smartest players currently in the NBA. We have studied the games of these guards and will show tactics and little tricks that these elite guards use during games.

For example, whenever Chris Paul and Steph Curry face a switch on a ball screen and they get a bigger slower defender on them, they almost always take two big dribbles backwards to create space and give them room to get forward momentum to attack the bigger, slower defender. Little tips like these will take you from being a good guard to an elite guard.

You will learn how they handle ball screens, fast break situations, double teams, and aggressive pressure.

Get to the next level by improving the lost art of passing.

Not only will you learn advanced dribbling drills that will be extremely challenging, we will also introduce passing drills that will make you a much better passer in game-like situations. We will teach how to pass against pressure, how to read the defense and find the open guy, how to pass in transition, how to pass against double teams, and how to pass into the post.

If you can handle the ball and make great passes, every coach will find a place for you on their team.

How to play great defense and lock down your opponent like Kawhi Leonard by learning the strategies he uses

You will learn how to properly move on the floor so you can make things much more difficult for your opponents. If you can focus on defense, stop your opponent from scoring, you will get playing time because your coach can’t afford to keep you off the floor. You will learn proper body position when guarding the ball, how to dictate what the offense does, and how to force them into low percentage scoring situation. We will teach you how to adapt to all of the different kinds of scoring guards to put the advantage back in your hands.

Video Breakdown Analysis of Elite Players

You will get to see video breakdown analysis of some of the best basketball players in the world. You will see how they execute certain skills and make decisions on the basketball floor, so you apply it to your practice sessions to elevate to an even higher level of play.

Shooting, scoring, and advanced dribble moves

In addition, we will practice game-like shooting drills, scoring from the guard position, and advanced dribble moves that all great guards possess.

Leadership and Life Skills that LeBron James uses to help his teammates develop a championship mindset

In addition to teaching you the necessary physical and mental skills to be a great guard, we will teach you leadership and life skills that will make you a successful human being. We will teach you traits that some of the best players have, why that makes them successful, and how these same traits will help you be successful in life.

We will also teach you traits from some of the most successful people outside of the basketball world that will make you successful in the real world in any career path you may choose.

No matter how far you make in the athletic world, there is always life after basketball.

Who can attend?

The camp is for male and female players from 7th to 12th grade.

This is not limited to guards. If you’re a wing player or a post player who is serious about elevating your game to the next level, this camp would be great for you as well.

This camp is NOT for beginners. This is for intermediate to advanced players looking to be placed in a high-intensity environment with competitive drills. This is for players who already possess some good dribble moves and are looking to take their game to the next level.

Coaches that want to learn and pick up new drills can also observe for a fee (coaches can find more info below).

Coach Profile – Matt Keeley

Jul
25
Sat
Breakthrough Basketball Elite Guard Camp
Jul 25 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

This is a 3 day basketball camp in Spokane, Washington that will teach you the essential skills, techniques, habits, IQ and drills to become an elite player (to develop an elite mindset, which is what truly separates players.).

What will players get out of the camp?

You will learn what it takes to play at the elite level. Becoming an individual that can help your team succeed and understands the importance of the little things.

You will improve your ball handling, shooting, passing, athleticism, decision-making, leadership skills, and scoring.

Our Breakthrough Staff has trained some of the best players in the world that have gone on to become Olympic Gold Medalists, NBA All-Stars, WNBA All-Stars, Elite College Players (Michigan State, Duke, Kentucky – to name a few), and Numerous Player of the Year Awards at the high school level.

And you will learn the subtle and sometimes unnoticeable things that are taught to and used by the world’s best players; players like Steph Curry, Maya Moore, Russell Westbrook, Diana Taurasi, Damian Lillard, Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving, and others.

Who is this for? Is this good for players who are NOT guards?

This is NOT for beginners. This is for intermediate to advanced players looking to be placed in a high-intensity environment with competitive drills. The camp is for players who already possess some good dribble moves and are looking to take their game to the next level.

This is certainly not limited to guards. Every coach would love to have 5 players on the floor with the skills, decision-making, and leadership of elite guards.

So if you are a wing player or a post player who is serious about elevating your game to the next level, this camp would be great for you as well.

Here are a few things that you will learn at the camp:

Develop an explosive first step

This is probably one of the most important aspects of being an elite guard, but it is rarely broken down and taught properly. Learn about the proper shin angle, head position, shoulder position, and hip position.

Develop superior hand-eye coordination and feel for the ball

In this camp, you will be challenged with advanced hand-eye coordination and dribbling drills that will challenge you and accelerate your feel for the basketball. These drills will make dribbling during game situations feel easy.

How to handle game situations like Chris Paul & Steph Curry

Chris Paul and Steph Curry are two of the smartest players currently in the NBA. We have studied the games of these guards and will show tactics and little tricks that these elite guards use during games.

For example, whenever Chris Paul and Steph Curry face a switch on a ball screen and they get a bigger slower defender on them, they almost always take two big dribbles backwards to create space and give them room to get forward momentum to attack the bigger, slower defender. Little tips like these will take you from being a good guard to an elite guard.

You will learn how they handle ball screens, fast break situations, double teams, and aggressive pressure.

Get to the next level by improving the lost art of passing.

Not only will you learn advanced dribbling drills that will be extremely challenging, we will also introduce passing drills that will make you a much better passer in game-like situations. We will teach how to pass against pressure, how to read the defense and find the open guy, how to pass in transition, how to pass against double teams, and how to pass into the post.

If you can handle the ball and make great passes, every coach will find a place for you on their team.

How to play great defense and lock down your opponent like Kawhi Leonard by learning the strategies he uses

You will learn how to properly move on the floor so you can make things much more difficult for your opponents. If you can focus on defense, stop your opponent from scoring, you will get playing time because your coach can’t afford to keep you off the floor. You will learn proper body position when guarding the ball, how to dictate what the offense does, and how to force them into low percentage scoring situation. We will teach you how to adapt to all of the different kinds of scoring guards to put the advantage back in your hands.

Video Breakdown Analysis of Elite Players

You will get to see video breakdown analysis of some of the best basketball players in the world. You will see how they execute certain skills and make decisions on the basketball floor, so you apply it to your practice sessions to elevate to an even higher level of play.

Shooting, scoring, and advanced dribble moves

In addition, we will practice game-like shooting drills, scoring from the guard position, and advanced dribble moves that all great guards possess.

Leadership and Life Skills that LeBron James uses to help his teammates develop a championship mindset

In addition to teaching you the necessary physical and mental skills to be a great guard, we will teach you leadership and life skills that will make you a successful human being. We will teach you traits that some of the best players have, why that makes them successful, and how these same traits will help you be successful in life.

We will also teach you traits from some of the most successful people outside of the basketball world that will make you successful in the real world in any career path you may choose.

No matter how far you make in the athletic world, there is always life after basketball.

Who can attend?

The camp is for male and female players from 7th to 12th grade.

This is not limited to guards. If you’re a wing player or a post player who is serious about elevating your game to the next level, this camp would be great for you as well.

This camp is NOT for beginners. This is for intermediate to advanced players looking to be placed in a high-intensity environment with competitive drills. This is for players who already possess some good dribble moves and are looking to take their game to the next level.

Coaches that want to learn and pick up new drills can also observe for a fee (coaches can find more info below).

Coach Profile – Matt Keeley

Jul
26
Sun
Breakthrough Basketball Elite Guard Camp
Jul 26 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

This is a 3 day basketball camp in Spokane, Washington that will teach you the essential skills, techniques, habits, IQ and drills to become an elite player (to develop an elite mindset, which is what truly separates players.).

What will players get out of the camp?

You will learn what it takes to play at the elite level. Becoming an individual that can help your team succeed and understands the importance of the little things.

You will improve your ball handling, shooting, passing, athleticism, decision-making, leadership skills, and scoring.

Our Breakthrough Staff has trained some of the best players in the world that have gone on to become Olympic Gold Medalists, NBA All-Stars, WNBA All-Stars, Elite College Players (Michigan State, Duke, Kentucky – to name a few), and Numerous Player of the Year Awards at the high school level.

And you will learn the subtle and sometimes unnoticeable things that are taught to and used by the world’s best players; players like Steph Curry, Maya Moore, Russell Westbrook, Diana Taurasi, Damian Lillard, Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving, and others.

Who is this for? Is this good for players who are NOT guards?

This is NOT for beginners. This is for intermediate to advanced players looking to be placed in a high-intensity environment with competitive drills. The camp is for players who already possess some good dribble moves and are looking to take their game to the next level.

This is certainly not limited to guards. Every coach would love to have 5 players on the floor with the skills, decision-making, and leadership of elite guards.

So if you are a wing player or a post player who is serious about elevating your game to the next level, this camp would be great for you as well.

Here are a few things that you will learn at the camp:

Develop an explosive first step

This is probably one of the most important aspects of being an elite guard, but it is rarely broken down and taught properly. Learn about the proper shin angle, head position, shoulder position, and hip position.

Develop superior hand-eye coordination and feel for the ball

In this camp, you will be challenged with advanced hand-eye coordination and dribbling drills that will challenge you and accelerate your feel for the basketball. These drills will make dribbling during game situations feel easy.

How to handle game situations like Chris Paul & Steph Curry

Chris Paul and Steph Curry are two of the smartest players currently in the NBA. We have studied the games of these guards and will show tactics and little tricks that these elite guards use during games.

For example, whenever Chris Paul and Steph Curry face a switch on a ball screen and they get a bigger slower defender on them, they almost always take two big dribbles backwards to create space and give them room to get forward momentum to attack the bigger, slower defender. Little tips like these will take you from being a good guard to an elite guard.

You will learn how they handle ball screens, fast break situations, double teams, and aggressive pressure.

Get to the next level by improving the lost art of passing.

Not only will you learn advanced dribbling drills that will be extremely challenging, we will also introduce passing drills that will make you a much better passer in game-like situations. We will teach how to pass against pressure, how to read the defense and find the open guy, how to pass in transition, how to pass against double teams, and how to pass into the post.

If you can handle the ball and make great passes, every coach will find a place for you on their team.

How to play great defense and lock down your opponent like Kawhi Leonard by learning the strategies he uses

You will learn how to properly move on the floor so you can make things much more difficult for your opponents. If you can focus on defense, stop your opponent from scoring, you will get playing time because your coach can’t afford to keep you off the floor. You will learn proper body position when guarding the ball, how to dictate what the offense does, and how to force them into low percentage scoring situation. We will teach you how to adapt to all of the different kinds of scoring guards to put the advantage back in your hands.

Video Breakdown Analysis of Elite Players

You will get to see video breakdown analysis of some of the best basketball players in the world. You will see how they execute certain skills and make decisions on the basketball floor, so you apply it to your practice sessions to elevate to an even higher level of play.

Shooting, scoring, and advanced dribble moves

In addition, we will practice game-like shooting drills, scoring from the guard position, and advanced dribble moves that all great guards possess.

Leadership and Life Skills that LeBron James uses to help his teammates develop a championship mindset

In addition to teaching you the necessary physical and mental skills to be a great guard, we will teach you leadership and life skills that will make you a successful human being. We will teach you traits that some of the best players have, why that makes them successful, and how these same traits will help you be successful in life.

We will also teach you traits from some of the most successful people outside of the basketball world that will make you successful in the real world in any career path you may choose.

No matter how far you make in the athletic world, there is always life after basketball.

Who can attend?

The camp is for male and female players from 7th to 12th grade.

This is not limited to guards. If you’re a wing player or a post player who is serious about elevating your game to the next level, this camp would be great for you as well.

This camp is NOT for beginners. This is for intermediate to advanced players looking to be placed in a high-intensity environment with competitive drills. This is for players who already possess some good dribble moves and are looking to take their game to the next level.

Coaches that want to learn and pick up new drills can also observe for a fee (coaches can find more info below).

Coach Profile – Matt Keeley